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Cameron County (Port Isabel)

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Fire / EMS Pager Tone Out Frequencies

Waiting on contribution to identify these frequencies. Port Isabel EMS & Fire uses Motorola Mintor VI.
The Motorola Mintor VI pager only receives VHF 143-174 MHz and UHF 450-486 MHz

Unidentified Frequencies

151.0625 R?[107.2] key-ups
151.625  M [ 67.0] SPI Convention Center? - parking at Ocean Tower implosion
152.36     [     ] UT-Brownsville? - "library"
154.655  M [d 632] Spanish, sounds like hotel housekeeping
162.875  R [d 031] Border Patrol - bravo-217, bravo-52
163.675  R [d 031] Border Patrol (McAllen?) - between the railroad tracks, OTAR,
                      281 towards 82, bravo-225
163.675  R?[d 627] Border Patrol? - weak in Brownsville, OTAR
163.825  R?[ CSQ ] no tone observed, weak Spanish voice
164.6      [     ] OTAR
165.4    R [ CSQ?] Spanish
166.55   R [d 031] Spanish
168.975  R [d 025] Border Patrol - weak signal in Brownsville, west side of
                      Barnes found a trail, DES
170.7    R [d 023] Border Patrol (Brownsville) - OTAR, voice, whiskey-papa-1,
                      alpha-178, 2254, alpha-12, out with cameron county near
                      dakota and highway 4, papa-135, papa-120, 3027 four hits
                      on the box, on my box, papa-114, x-ray 3049, 23 with 10
                      hits, signal strong 5/5 in Brownsville
172.75     [ P25?] 
464.5    M [ 88.5] brief voice, need maid service, in the laundry under the table
467.575  M [     ] brief voice

Cameron County Brevity Codes

10-01  Radio Signal Weak 
10-02  Radio Signal Good
10-03  Clear Channel
10-04  O.K.
10-05  Information
10-06  Busy		
10-07  Out of Service
10-08  Back in Service		
10-09  Repeat Last Transmission		
10-10  Negative / No	
10-11  Dog Case	
10-12  Standby		
10-13  Weather / Road Conditions		
10-14  Report of Prowler
10-15  Message Delivered
10-16  Domestic Trouble		
10-17  Enroute To		
10-18  Complete assignment quickly
10-19  Return To		
10-20  Your Location		
10-21  Call (_____) By Phone		
10-22  Disregard	
10-23  Arrived at scene
10-24  Assignment completed
10-25  Report in person to (_____)
10-26  Detain Subject Immediately
10-27  Drivers license information
10-28  Vehicle Registration Information
10-29  Check records for wanted.
10-30  Illegal use of radio.
10-31  Crime in progress.
10-32  Man with gun.
10-33  Emergency.
10-34  Riot.
10-35  Major crime alert.
10-36  Correct time.
10-37  Investigate suspicious vehicle.
10-38  Stopping suspicious vehicle.
10-39  Urgent-use light and siren.
10-40  Silent run, no light or siren.
10-41  Beginning tour of duty.
10-42  Ending shift.
10-43  Information.
10-44  Request permission to leave
10-45  Animal carcass in (___).
10-46  Assist motorist.
10-47  Emergency road repairs.
10-48  Traffic standard needs repair.
10-49  Traffic light out.
10-50  Car Accident (Minor = No Injuries Reported, Major = Possible Injuries)	
10-51  Wrecker needed.
10-52  Ambulance needed.
10-53  Road blocked.
10-54  Livestock on highway.
10-55  Intoxicated driver.
10-56  Intoxicated pedestrian.
10-57  Hit and run.
10-58  Direct traffic.
10-59  Convoy or escort.
10-60  Squad in vicinity.
10-61  Personnel in area.
10-62  Reply to message.
10-63  Prepare to make written copy.
10-64  Message for local delivery.
10-65  Net message assignment.
10-66  Message cancellation.
10-67  Clear to read next message.
10-68  Dispatch information.
10-69  ????
10-70  Fire Alarm.
10-71  Advise nature of fire.
10-72  (BOLO) Be On The Lookout
10-73  Smoke report.
10-74  Negative.
10-75  In contact with.
10-76  Enroute.
10-77  ETA (Estimated time of arrival).
10-78  Need assistance.
10-79  In Progress	?????	
10-80  Pursuit Vehicle / Foot	
10-81  Intoxidyzer Test		
10-82  Illegal Alien 	????
10-83  Work school crossing at (___).
10-84M Missing Person	????	
10-84R Runaway	????
10-85  Delayed, due to (___)
10-86  Officer/operator on duty.
10-87  Shots fired ????
10-88  Advise present telephone number.
10-89  Stabbing / Knifing
10-90  Bank alarm at (___).
10-91  Pick up prisoner/subject.
10-92  Improperly parked vehicle.
10-93  Blockade.
10-94  Drag racing.
10-95  Prisoners/subject in custody.
10-96  Mental subject.
10-97  Check (test) signal.
10-98  Prison/jail break.
10-99  Records indicate wanted or stolen.
10-100 Bathroom break.

"5100 Codes"

5101	Animal Bite
5102	Littering
5103	Suspicious Person
5104	Suspicious Vehicle
5105	Stalled Vehicle
5106	Rabid Animal
5107	Off at Gas Pumps
5109	Do Not Transmit On Air
5108	Paper Traffic
5110	Possession of Narcotics
5111	Executing Search Warrant
5112	Executing Arrest Warrant
5113	Meet Mid Point for 10-95
5114	Violation Protective Order
5115	Training
5116	On Surveillance
5117	Narcotic Dealing 
5118	Undercover Operation

Personnel Numbering

100-199     Port Isabel PD (TGID: 11504, 13744, 61750)
300-399     Port Isabel EMS (TGID: 14112, 61770)
400-499     Cameron County Sheriff & Deputies (TGID: 60002, 60003,  60004, 60005, 60007, 60010, 60012, 60013, 60016, 60018, 60021, 60023, 60027, 60028, 60029, 60037, 60039, 60043, 60044)
500-599     Laguna Vista Fire & Rescue
700-799     South Padre Island PD (TGID: 24944, 24976, 25008, 62100, 62101, 24752)
800-999     Laguna Vista PD & Fire (Shares Port Isabel TGID: 61750, 61560)
1700-1799   Port Isabel Firefighters & Units (TGID: 11536, 13808, 61760)
2200-2400   South Padre Island Firefighters & EMS (TGID: 62110, 62111, 62112, 24848, 24880, 24912, 60058, 60060)

Phonetic Alphabet

The phonetic alphabet assigns code words to the letters of the English alphabet (Alfa for A, Bravo for B, etc.) so that critical combinations of letters (and numbers) can be pronounced and understood by those who transmit and receive voice messages by radio or telephone regardless of their native language, especially when the safety of navigation or persons is essential.

Letter International Cameron County & Common Law Enforcement
A Alpha Adam
B Bravo Boy
C Charlie Charlie
D Delta David
E Echo Edward
F Foxtrot Frank
G Golf George
H Hotel Henry
I India Ida
J Juliett John
K Kilo King
L Lima Lincoln
M Mike Mary
N November Nora
O Oscar Ocean
P Papa Paul
Q Quebec Queen
R Romeo Robert
S Sierra Sam
T Tango Tom
U Uniform Union
V Victor Victor
W Whiskey William
X X-Ray X-Ray
Y Yankee Young
Z Zulu Zebra

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